when you lose one to death, the thought process is, quite literally, out of control. At least for me it was that way. I would literally go from thinking disturbing thoughts to laughing uncontrollably. Keep your chin up. Sending my love.xoxo,SierraOh, Just Living the Dream
i'm so sorry. don't fight back the feelings or feel they're illegitimate. they are real & they matter. there's no right way to feel, and maybe even more importantly, no right or wrong time to feel a certain way. these things are fluid, unprecipitated sometimes, unpredictable. we're always here for you.
you are perfect in every way Ellie! I am so impressed at how you handle everything! You are truly a unique one of a kind wonderfulness you go girl.
this is the perfect example of perseverance and hope you have a talent no one has at your age and take that with you on this blessed journey love the pics
I'm here for you blogging friend! I love you so much don't let anything get you down your smile is too beautiful!
Wow, this is such an awesome post. I am so incredibly sorry, and you are right, there is no right way to deal with grief. Stay strong pretty girl! I lost an Uncle that I was really close too about a year ago and I know how hard dealing with death is. Your dad is watching over you and I know he is so proud of you! :]
beautiful sweet love! So encouraging to all of us who have lost someone so near to our heart keep writing my dear
Ellie, I don't ever think it goes away. It'll be three years this July since I lost my Dad and I go from being great a lot of the time to miserable every now and then. I know the BIGGEST thing that has helped me is blogging about it. Whether I blog about him or blog about my boys, it makes me feel like even though he's far away he's still close. Sweet girl just know you are not alone! And your daddy must be so proud of how wise beyond your years you are.
"The hundreds of "I love you's" he shared with me as a child do not even begin to compare to the love vibes he has sent my way since he became part of the every breath I take."--> you are an inspiration! such a beautiful feeling, and so wise :)
this is TO perfect!
when you lose one to death, the thought process is, quite literally, out of control. At least for me it was that way. I would literally go from thinking disturbing thoughts to laughing uncontrollably. Keep your chin up. Sending my love. xoxo, Sierra Oh, Just Living the Dream
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